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Candy Corn Pop Tarts

    These Pop Tarts are nothing but SUGAR!! But then again, aren’t the store bought ones nothing but sugar as well? 
    That doesn’t stop me from giving them to my daughter. 
    However, we do have a rule that Pop Tarts are for weekends only. On school days she has oatmeal, fruit, or bagels.  But these Candy Corn Pop Tarts would be great for your kids any day of the week! 🙂
    Someone I know has a TON of candy corn sitting around and they weren’t quite sure what to do with it, other than snack on a handful of it every time they walked past it. (yeah, that’s me.)
    Well, I wasn’t sure what to do with mine. There’s only so many cupcakes and cookies you can make with them. I’ve seen the pop corn with them and the fudge made with them. 
    So, here is my evil contribution to the Candy Corn Calorie Intake!
    Basically, just take premade pie crust and a handful of candy corns.
    Cut out a large rectangle for the top and bottom and fill with candy corns. Top with drizzled sugar glaze for the ULTIMATE sugar buzz!
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    Candy Corn Pop Tarts

    Candy Corn Pop Tarts

    These homemade Candy Corn pop tarts will be the hit of your fall weekend breakfasts!

    Prep Time 5 minutes
    Cook Time 15 minutes
    Total Time 20 minutes


    • Pre-Made Pie Crust
    • 1 cup Candy Corn
    • 1/2 cup Powered Sugar
    • 3 – 5 teaspoon milk
    • Yellow and red food coloring


    1. Unroll one premade crust. Roll with a rolling pin to thin out slightly.
    2. Cut crust with a 3 inch rectangular cookie or biscuit cutter.
    3. Fill center of crust with a handful of candy corns.
    4. Add top and pinch seams around edges. I got three pop tarts from one pre-made crust.
    5. Bake at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes, watching closely that the candy does not start to ooze out the edges.
    6. Allow to cool.
    7. Combine powered sugar and milk to make the glaze. Drizzle white on 1/3 of the pop tart. Add yellow food coloring to glaze and drizzle on 1/3 of the pop. Add red food coloring to make an orange glaze and complete the candy corn design on the pop tart.
    8. Give the glaze 5 to 10 minutes to harden. Then eat and enjoy your sugar buzz!

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    Karyn Granrud

    Karyn Granrud

    I'm Karyn, a mom and wife, and I founded this little baking blog. Baking and making desserts have been my passion since I was a kid. I love experimenting with different flavors and sharing delicious recipes with all of you. Read more.

    42 thoughts on “Candy Corn Pop Tarts”

    1. Hi Karyn,
      What a great Pop Tart just in time for fall, I love it! Enjoy your weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
      Come Back Soon!
      Miz Helen

    2. I'm not a fan of candy corn but these look pretty cool. I shared this recipe with a friend of mine who likes candy corn and pop-tarts! I think she will love this recipe!

    3. These are so fun, and I just bought some candy corns and I always have pie crust in the freezer (for emergency purposes of course.) Pinned and I'm featuring you at this week's Thursday's Treasures!

    4. So cute! 🙂 What a great treat! You are a featured favorite this week on Saturday Show & Tell on Cheerios and Lattes! Thanks for sharing this last week, we can't wait to see what you'll share this week! Have a great weekend!
      Mackenzie 🙂

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